With Lionsgate stock hitting another record high, CEO Jon Feltheimer sounded a bullish outlook for prospects for its "Hunger Games” franchise at the company’s annual shareholders meeting in Toronto…
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The promise of digital dollars has arrived with "The Hunger Games," Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer told shareholders, adding that the mini-major is doubling down on young-adult projects and forecasting…
The UBS Global Media Communications Conference continued Monday with discussions about what's coming for Oprah Winfrey's new cable net, OWN, and Lionsgate.
Lionsgate management has set its 12-member slate for the showdown with Carl Icahn on Dec. 14.
Lionsgate and Carl Icahn are taking a 10-day truce in their bitter battle for control of the minimajor so that Lionsgate can pursue mergers and acquisitions.
As Carl Icahn's stake in Lionsgate balloons to nearly 40%, bizzers and Wall Streeters are perplexed about the maverick investor's next move and what the ongoing drama means for the company.
Carl Icahn is building an arsenal for a nasty proxy fight with Lionsgate. He made it official on Thursday that his stake in the company has risen to 31.8% through his tender offer.
Carl Icahn's made it official, announcing his stake in Lionsgate has risen to 31.8% through his tender offer -- and portending a nasty proxy fight for control of the minimajor.
Standard & Poor's has lowered the outlook on Lionsgate to "negative" in reaction to Carl Icahn's unsolicited tender offer to boost his stake from 19% to 29.9%.